Kimberly Gerber

Believe It or Not, Success and Happiness Requires a “No”

Are you the kind of person who says “yes” to things before you know if you have the time and energy for them?  If so, you’re in good company....

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Communicating in a Crisis: What to Say When Your Team Fears the Worst

Will the coronavirus and quarantining ever end? Will there be (more) layoffs? Why am I working 12-hour days from home? Today’s reality combined with the daily flood of news...

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ALERT! Working Parents … You Just Got Promoted to TEACHER!

When I found out that my three elementary-age kids would be off for three weeks due to the COVID-19 outbreak, I took the notice in stride. After all, what’s...

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Is Your Presence Powerful or Powerless?

It’s a fact that within the first seven (7) seconds of seeing you, people have formed a strong opinion of who you are, what you’re about and whether they want to...

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Creating Confidence in Every Conversation

Think of a recent social or business gathering you attended. Who were the people that you were drawn to? I bet that they were the ones who exuded confidence....

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How to Be a Risk-Taker Even When You’re Scared

Everyone admires a risk-taker, right? There’s something exciting about someone who takes a chance; the person who has the courage to start a business in a down economy, a...

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Believe It or Not, Success and Happiness Requires a “No”

Are you the kind of person who says “yes” to things before you know if you have the time and energy for them?  If so, you’re in good company....

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What I’m REALLY grateful for this year.

I had a different post planned for today, one about looking forward to move ahead. But then I was reminded that sometimes the best way to move forward is...

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5 Reasons You Should Smile More

Strangely enough, smiling can actually make you, the person smiling, happier – regardless of the predicament you might be in. The brain releases endorphins, which lowers stress and improves...

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I’m a Cancer Survivor. Here’s What My Diagnosis Taught Me About Business

This fall marks 5 years since I was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer called Triple Negative. I was 45, had a 5-year-old daughter who was just...

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